|Posted by George Freund on June 18, 2019 at 4:10 PM|
LET 'EM HAVE IT BOYS. I'M BANNING GUNS AND NEED YOUR SUPPORT.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (pictured), Toronto Mayor John Tory, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and the Raptors players remained on stage while the ceremony was briefly interrupted
Four people were shot following Monday's victory parade in Toronto, celebrating the Raptors' first NBA title
As police told the Daily Mail, both victims sustained serious, but not life-threatening injuries
Three suspects have been arrested and two firearms were recovered, according to police
Raptors fans began lining up along the route for Monday's victory parade on Sunday evening following the team's six-game NBA Finals win over the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors
The parade started at 10am ET at Exhibition Place's Princes' Gates and ended at Nathan Phillips Square, where a post-parade rally was held. The shooting took place near the square, causing hundreds or thousands to flee
Prior to the shooting, mayor John Tory declared Monday 'We The North' day to honor the team
Both rapper Drake and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attended Monday's parade with the team
Trudeau, Toronto Mayor John Tory, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and the Raptors players remained on stage while the ceremony was briefly interrupted. The incident occurred near the end of Monday's festivities
By ALEX RASKIN SPORTS NEWS EDITOR FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and REUTERS and ASSOCIATED PRESS
PUBLISHED: 09:08 EDT, 17 June 2019 | UPDATED: 19:40 EDT, 17 June 2019
First responders attend to an injured person after shots were fired during the Toronto Raptors NBA basketball championship victory celebration near Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto
People take cover after reports of shots fired in the area where crowds gathered in Nathan Phillips Square to celebrate the Toronto Raptors NBA title
Four people were shot at a rally following the Raptors' championship parade in Toronto on Monday.
Police told DailyMail.com two victims sustained serious, but not life-threatening injuries.
Three suspects have been arrested and two firearms were recovered, according to police.
Authorities have not announced any of the circumstances surrounding the incident, which occurred just as the Raptors players and coach Nick Nurse were wrapping up their speeches at the rally in Nathan Phillips Square. One official took the microphone and asked that onlookers remain calm.
'We have no incidents currently underway,' said Toronto police spokesperson Allison Sparkes. 'Crowds are dispersing.'
Asked if it was a targeted shooting or terrorism-related, Sparkes said the investigation was underway.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Toronto Mayor John Tory, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and the Raptors players remained on stage while the ceremony was briefly interrupted.
While hundreds, or even thousands of fans fled in terror, most the of people packing the 12-acre Nathan Phillips Square did not seem to react to the gunshots.
The final speeches actually went on as planned following the incident.
The government just happened to release it's gun control policy. The joy of democracy is it is tyranny of the majority and satiating the mob to maintain and expend power at the expense of the few.
You will notice the dignitaries had no fear and remained on the stage during the shooting.
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